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'm encouraged. >> we had a good night last night but so did governor romney. that's why we have to start anew here. we have to do well here in kansas. we have to win here in kansas. and win big. >> and so the campaigning continues one day after super tuesday, which in past presidential primaries, kind of a benchmark into where we're going, coalescing often around a card date. we saw that with john mccain. all four candidates vowing to stay in the race. the next focus will be kansas this weekend. next week, two southern primaries in mississippi and alabama. welcome to hour two of "washington today" on c-span radio. mitt romney's campaign raised $11.5 million in the month of february, comparing that to about $9 million for rick santorum's efforts. you get a sense these two candidates are going to battle it out the next couple of months. in other news today, the pentagon saying that the suggestion by senator john mccain for u.s. air strikes in syria will not work. that was the message delivered earlier today by the defense secretary leon panetta, as well as the chairman of the joint chiefs of st
on morning shows saying that he is not convinced that rick santorum can defeat mitt romney in a head to head race. politico writing that mitt romney vowing to fight back today. the focus on the romney campaign has been the math. writing from boston saying it would take a dramatic change for mitt romney to lose the nomination for president. that was the argument that romney's high command delivered in a briefing today. this following a ten-state super tuesday contest in which the former massachusetts governor was able to eek out a very narrow victory in ohio. but he lost contests in traditional republican states of tennessee, oklahoma and north dakota to rick santorum. andrea sul a spokesman for the romney campaign announced that the campaign raising about $11.5 million in february. that was the second best fundraising month for the romney campaign. not a lot of appearance today by the candidate as they try to regroup following super tuesday. you heard a moment ago rick santorum on the campaign trail in kansas. mitt romney from boston appearing on cnbc's "squawk box" this morning. >> historic
romney leading. this is "the ed show" let's get to work. >> each of these people running for president have given their ideas. >> it's election night in illinois and paul ryan says the candidates like his radical plan. >> you believe they will accept your budget? >> absolutely. >> republicans strategist steve smith and eugene robinson on the ryan budget's impact on the election. >>> plus, full election night coverage with stephanie cutter of the obama campaign. karen finney and richard wolf. >>> in the trayvon martin case, the fbi and a grand jury are now involved. now we know trayvon martin was on the phone with his girlfriend while he was being stalked. >> he said the man is watching him. he put his hoodie on. >> the reverend al sharpton and charles blow on the new evidence that could lead to the arrest of george zimmerman. >> good to have you with us tonight. thanks for watching. the republican party is still trying to do a way with social programs for millions of americans. the house budget economy paul ryan released the republicans new budget proposal today. it looks like the old
romney wins in illinois. it was big. but was it big enough? and what do tonight's results mean for rick santorum? >>> and the u.s. military conducts a simulation, what would an israeli attack on iran mean for america? let's go out. >>> good evening, i'm erin burr nut. "out front" we have breaking news. a big win for romney in illinois. he needed to win it after a few bruising weeks on the trail. and let the room -- at the romney campaign headquarter, new jabs at president obama. >> we once built an interstate highway system and the hoover dam. now we can't even build a pipeline. i mean, we once lit the world in manufacturing and exports and now we lead in lawsuits. when we replace the president, that's going to end. >> and rick santorum looking less cheerful, but trying to stay on message. >> we must do out and fight this fight. that's why we must go out in and nominate someone. and understands not just because some pollster tells them, they know in their gut like you do, all across this country, you know big things are adrift and at stake in this election. so i ask each and every one o
that mitt romney is declared the clear winner. he and ron paul are the only two candidates there on the ballot. >> let's get to the battleground state of ohio. it saw important still up for grabs right now looking like rick santorum with a slight lead right there, only 43% of the precincts reporting. >> also a very important win in tennessee for rick santorum tonight. he came out the clear victor, 39% to mitt romney's 28%. >> if newt gingrich was going to win anything today it was his homestate of gorge forge and he has handily with 49% of the -- of georgia and he has handily with 49% of the votes. >> a clear victory for mitt romney in vermont. >> out west rick santorum has won oklahoma as expected and grabbed 35% of the votes, the closest person there to him mitt romney is 28%. >> there are a few states still counting now. in north dakota 38% of the precincts reporting. it looks like rick santorum with a slight lead. >> let's go right to fox 5's tom fitzgerald keeping a close eye on how super tuesday is playing out. tom? >> this has been a busy night. it's clearly not over
and -- three of then last week, certainly romney could leave some of the -- but the most important prize today is ohio. our latest cnn poll shows romney is neck and neck with rick santorum who needs a big day of his own. let's go straight to jim acosta. he's on the scene for us in ohio. what's the latest there, jim? >> reporter: wolf, ohio mike the marquee state in the super tuesday states up for grabs, but you wouldn't know it. none of the candidates were out in the state looking for votes, but rick santorum will be in steubenville, ohio later tonight with the hope that mitt romney's past will finally catch up with him. >> i'm sorry my super tuesday travel schedule prevents me from being with you in person. >> and the -- mitt romney appeared via satellite before a conference staysed bied pro-israeli lobby aipac, slamming the president's record. >> hope is not a foreign policy. >> reporter: not to be outdowned rick went in person. >> if they do notary down the facilities, we will tear them down ourselves. >> reporter: while the candidates were off the trail, the ads did some trash talking for
. >>> illinois vote. mitt romney pushes for a big win as rick santorum is put on the defensive. >> my candidacy doesn't hinge on whether the unemployment rate goes up or down. >>> and the investigation opens. the justice department and the fbi decide to look into the shoots of an unarmed african-american teenager in florida. captioning funded by cbs captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm betty nguyen. >>> well, this morning another round of severe weather pounding the nation's midsection, and it is not over yet. flood warnings are posted from texas to southern missouri. last night a tornado touched down southwest of san antonio. at least 50 homes were damaged in the small towns of divine and natalia. so far no injuries are reported but there are unconfirmed reports of people trapped in mobile homes. the storm system also brought heavy rain and flooding to parts of texas and oklahoma where much of the state is under a flash flood watch. more potentially dangerous weather, thoe, is forecast for today as a storm front moves from texas, louisiana, arkansas,
to cnn's exit poll, what drove conservatives and middle income voters to rally around mitt romney. governor romney scored a decisive win in illinois, took home 47% of the vote to nt is snt's 35% of the vote, and that win helped mitt romney pad his del lat count, now at 562, senator santorum has less than half at 249. mitt romney is taking new jabs at president obama. >> we once built an interstate highway system, and the hoover dam. now we can't even build a pipeline. i mean, we once led the world in manufacturing and exports, investment. today we lead the world in lawsuits. you know, when we replace a law professor with a conservative businessman as president, that's going to end. >> talking about himself, of course. last night no doubt a big blow for rick santorum. you'll remember that he had predicted if he won, if he won illinois he'd win the nomination. listen. >> i predict if we are able to do what i know most people think is impossible, which is to carry the state of illinois, that will fundamentally change this election like no other contest to date. it will put us in a po
this political hoopla. we're all over this story. and sizzle number two tonight, mitt romney wins big in illinois. and now the republican party is kohl lessing behind him. former florida governor jeb bush endorsed as did the freedom works tea party. now the most basic question of all, can romney beat obama. but first up this evening, let's get the lay of the land on this whole keystone pipeline. good evening, eamon. >> good evening, larry. president obama calls his energy strategy all of the above and is traveling the country this week in an effort to prove it. today the president appeared at a solar plant in boulder city, nevada, where he defended government investment in solar energy. but tomorrow we'll see him in a very different setting at an oil pipeline storage yard in curbing, oklahoma, where he'll deliver remarks about a new pipeline there that will bring oil to the gulf of mexico. tomorrow's visit highlights the fact that a part of transcanada corp.'s keystone pipeline is being approved. and larry, the southern part of the pipeline is being built in spite of the president, not because of
's going to have to face mitt romney and romney's super packed and he's going to need a lot of cash to do that and keep his job, and i think as they often say, just follow the mon. >> i right. of course his advice ors too steve case, jeff immelt, et cetera, steve case, at the time of aol, do you remember how that went back in the day? and why in the world is president obama using him as an advice or in. >> you know, it is amazing that obama has the former chairman and ceo of aol who i think was back in his days at least i believe, he was one of the most corrupt companies that there were. the sec did several enforcement axes. we did an action while i was there against them for putting out false and misleading data. which quite frankly this bill gives them a greater ability to do that without being held accountable. so here a you have a guy doing this, that obama is using as his advisor, ago we all know he had the similar ahead identifies or the former advice or of fanny trying to cook his v.p. candidate. obama hasn
. >>> republican rivals trading insultings on this the eve, romney calls santorum an economic light weight, romney calls santorum a light weight finance year. and anna says he was held captive for months by militants. and apple -- should it be employing americans to make those devices at home instead of paying cheap wages in china? i'm wolf blitzer, you're in "the situation room." >>> we're only a day away from a crucial primary that could determine where this republican marathon is headed. fresh off a run away win in puerto rico, mitt romney is now looking to score big in illinois. rick santorum needs a strong showing as he tries to deny romney the nomination. the two rivals have long since taken off the gloves, but now they have put on some brass knuckles as well. our national correspondent jim accosta is in chicago with the very latest. >> the top two gop contenders are practicing their own brand of chicago style politics on this day before the illinois primary and both rick santorum and mitt romney are proving to be untouchable. >> reporter: the battle for the gop nomination has come to illino
to the radio. we have mitt romney. >> steve: fantastic. bill: there are significant concerns about iran's nuclear program. this is new video in from an emergency meeting called by the united nations in europe. reports are iran is advancing its nuclear program and hiding the evidence from the u.s. and just about everyone else who wants to know what it's up to. good morning to you, martha. martha: good morning. i'm martha maccallum here in washington. a defiant iran appearing to thumb its nose at calls to stop its uranium enrichment program. bill: leland vittert is live on the story. report report israelis are saying we told you so. front page of the big daily newspaper proof, iran is building a nuclear bomb. the facility is 20 miles south of tehran. it's a secret military facility the inspectors from the united nations have asked to get into. tehran says no, they finally say yes, but satellite images show there are cleanups going on there. it is evidence that iran is work on the bomb. the ambassador says iran has no interest in nuclear weapons. bill: how does this change the calculation
is how things are shaping up. these are post super tuesday polls. mitt romney is in the lead now in alabama. rick santorum did have a lead in some polls a couple days ago, but romney out in front 31%. rick santorum trailing by 10 points. newt gingrich and ron paul in third and fourth place in those races. and the gingrich campaign has said they are risking everything on those two southern primaries. they have always felt that that sweep through the south should be where newt gingrich would be capable of being strong. a campaign spokesman for mr. gingrich says they are a must-win in alabama and mississippi. he won georgia handily. last night in birmingham gingrich predicted victory. >> when we win this primarily and the primary next door we will have reset this primary race. it's the most amazing thing i have ever seen. >> reporter: gingrich canceled planned events in kansas. he has won fewer total delegates than both mitt romney and rick santorum. so watch that. bill: we have fox news alert. new job numbers in the number of americans filing for first time benefits up to 362,000.
. >>> and a big night for mitt romney after a decisive 1 -point win, he's setting his sights on louisiana. romney has near ri half the delegates that he needs to secure the nomination. >>> and shocking new ref layings in the shooting death of a florida teenager. the girlfriend of 17-year-old trayvon martin says she was on the phone with him just minutes before he was killed. an now lawmakers are calling his death a murder and a hate crime. >>> in assessing the damage in mexico after a strong earthquake rattled the massive capital all the way to the resort city of acapulco. hundreds of homes were damaged. at least 11 people are injured. luckily no deaths reported there. >>> water rising and raging in texas. take a look at this. the fire department forced to pull a woman from her car that was carried downstream after she ignored a warning and drove around a barrier. severe storms expected to unleash flooding across the south and the plains today. >>> this is cnn breaking news. >> we've got breaking news this morning, about 300 police are surrounding an al qaeda suspect right now in france. he's app
for the g.o.p. nomination, the state of illinois. mitt romney cutting short a campaign stop in puerto rico to spend more time in the prairie state. romney feeling the pressure after losing mississippi and alabama to rival rick santorum. the latest real clear politics average shows romney leading in illinois with 37.7%. that's more than a six-point lead over santorum. here now to discuss what is at stake in illinois is washington times columnist charlie hoessele hurd. thanks for joining us. >> he cut it short, heading to illinois. is this a sign he's concerned. >> yeah, he's been concerned for weeks now. i think that's also a sign of a very organized campaign. he's run a very organized campaign. he's obviously had problems sort of putting it away the way i think he would like to, but he doesn't -- he's not taking anything for granted, and you know, this thing has gone on so much longer than i think he wanted or many republicans, you know, establishment republicans wanted. so yeah, it's probably very important. it looks like he's doing very well in puerto rico right now, and while he's still
. newt gingrich and his home state of georgia. mitt romney in the state he was once governor, massachusetts. rick santorum is an ohio considered the biggest prize of all. >> the top two candidates both know they need big wins on super tuesday. mitt romney and rick santorum are urging voters to take nothing for granted. it is a tight race in the state that is being closely watched. >> with ohio polls showing a dead heat between mitt romney and rick santorum, the buckeye state is considered the biggest prize. >> we are going to win this thing. >> it is gut check time. who wants it the most. >> at stake, 10 states with more than 400 delegates. voters lined up early in a state also being closely watched -- tennessee. mitt romney wins a big win in the deep south. exit polls show this tight race could tip santorum. georgia has the most delegates up for grabs. it is newt gingrich's home turf. the main issue is how much can he win. he told voters he is still the best bet in november. >> i do think in terms of the republican nomination, i am the one person who could debate barack obam
. >>> candidates piling on mitt romney after someone from his own camp on a cable network station. we'll explain as we continue. >> dense fog advisory in the area. i'll have details on the weather forecast and julie has a look at your traffic. some fog developing out there.  [ female announcer ] off limits? not anymore. fiber one is bringing brownies back. at 90 calories, you can have brownies again. ♪ fiber one 90 calorie brownies. in the granola bar aisle. carol. fiber makes me sad. oh common. and how can you talk to me about fiber you enjoy that. i am. [ male announcer ] fiber beyond recognition. fiber one. . >>> welcome back. you can kind of see something out thrashings few lights. a little difficult though. >> what happened to wisconsin avenue? >> fog is out there again, folks. we were dealing with it yesterday. so just kind of remind yourself as you head out today. -- we can kind of see something out there, a few lights. >> it was 6:00 when the sun finally came out. >> it was beautiful from 6:00 to 7:00. >> you need to hold that big bright tie out there. >> i'll do the best i can. sarah
super tuesday here is where the republican presidential race stands. mitt romney won six of the ten states that voted yesterday. rick santorum three, newt gingrich one. so far, 22 states have voted. romney has won 13, santorum 7, gingrich two. it takes 1,144 delegates to clinch the nomination. romney is more than a third of the way there with 391. santorum has 140. gingrich 95, ron paul 38. romney won the key battleground state of ohio last night-- but just barely. john dickerson is our political director. john, where does romney stand today. >> well, scott, ohio was a lot closer than the romney campaign wanted it to be. they'd hoped if they had a commanding victory romney would be able to say that the ration was just all but over. instead, questions were raised again about his inability to connect with the most conservative members of his party. but overall, it was a good night. as you mentioned, six of ten states won by romney, 65% of the delegates at stake last night. in talking to experts today, they say it's nearly impossible for romney's competitors to overtake him in that del
in the deep south, mitt romney gets a big endorsement in an unlikely comedian. will that help him in two very tight races? >>> and is president obama already in trouble? a new poll shows him neck-in-neck with his top gop rivals. james carville and david are standing by. we'll talk about that. i'm wolf blitzer and you're in "the situation room." >>> a new wave of fury may be about to explode in afghanistan after a u.s. soldier allegedly walked out of his base and went on a house to house shooting rampage. 16 civilians are dead, nine of them children. military authorities say the soldier acted alone and turned himself in. vowing revenge for the killings, a statement from the taliban calls u.s. forces and i'm quoting, sick-minded american savages. u.s. officials are voicing deep sorrow. >> let me say that like many americans, i was shocked and saddened by the killings of innocent afghan villagers this weekend. we send our condolences to family who have lost their loved ones and to the people of afghanistan. this is not who we are. and the united states is committed to seeing that those responsib
look at the mayor's budget proposal. and we're previewing mitt romney's visit to our state this. >>> . this is a live look at the inner harbor where soon the sun will rise. lynette charles is here for what we can expect today and through the week. >>> we have the fog out there this morning. check out some of the numbers here. we have the reduced visibility again morning after morning this whole week. three mile visibility in baltimore. culpepper, more the same there and five in winchester and six in hagerstown. we're dry right now on the maryland's most powerful radar. you have to go way south in virginia to get rain. they're dealing with a couple of thunderstorms in that area. the fog will burn off ail say in the late morning -- off i'll say in the late morning hours and early afternoon. so thing will look up. just keep trucking through and now over to angela with a check of your traffic. good morning. we have the fog on the roads. >>> yes. good morning. we're seeing a lot of fog on the traffic cameras. not too bad around the beltway as far as incidents go. we have a closure in
research group poll conducted over the weekend shows mitt romney with 44%. 14 point as head of rick santorum. and we're seeing some really nasty no-holds barred chicago-style politics. >> we're not going to be successful in replacing an economic lightweight with another one. >> do you believe this country wants to elect someone like that. >> we didn't say them vote early and vote often. shall we check the delegate scoreboard. romney is way ahead at 519. santorum trailing at 239. newt gingrich and ron paul. so many say it's not an option anymore. that's wise anyway. paul steinhauser is live from wheaton, illinois. i feel like a broken record. paul, every time i come to you to advance one of these contests, we tend to say the same thing over and over. lots of delegates at stake. could romney come out as a front runner so i'll ask. is it even possible anymore to have any race determine who si front-runner could be? >> reporter: i don't think a lot will change unless rick santorum wins in illinois. that could send tidal waves around the political landscape but you showed that poll, one
access to air bases across iran's northern border. and fresh fallout from mitt romney's suggestion in "the situation room" that russia is the number one geopolitical foe. they're reminding mitt romney that the cold war ended more than two decades ago. wolf blitzer is off today. i'm gloria borger and you're in "the situation room." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> the average price for a gallon of regular gas today is about $4. make that $3.92. our new poll shows nearly half of americans expect that price to hit $5. that's $5 this year and most blame the oil companies. president obama tried to hitch a ride on those sentiments today. chief white house correspondent jessica yellin is here. >> jessica, is the president going after big oil? >> again. >> believe it or not, it really felt like today was let's play politics with gas prices day in washington. the president played his part from the rose garden. >> think about that. it's like hitting the american people twice. >> he called on the senate to pass a bill that would have eliminated billions in tax breaks for oil companie
, mitt romney eeks out a tight victory. but, can he convince the gop that he is their man? we'll talk with republican leader eric cantor and top gop strategist mike murphy. >>> i'm gayle king. more sponsors drop rush limbaugh. so what is next for the controversial commentator? >>> when i see you at 8:00, the fbi is asking for help in finding one of its own. john miller has the bizarre case of that missing agent. >>> i'm erica hill. one of the nfl's biggest stars getting a pink slip. where peyton manning may be heading next and apple fans hoping the rumors are true this morning. could the new ipad be revealed today. >>> but first as we do every morning shall we begin with a look at today's eye-opener. your world in 90 seconds. >> we are counting up the delegates for the convention and it looks good and we're counting down the days to november and that looks better. >> mitt romney tags his lead winning six super tuesday states, including a close contest in ohio. >> we're going to get at least a couple of gold medals and a whole passel full of silver medals. >> newt gingrich got the win
answers to those questions. >>> mitt romney heads into tomorrow's primary with 20 more delegates thanks to a win at puerto rico. the 20 delegates get him closer to the magic number of 1,144 needed to clinch the nomination. he's currently at 519. rival rick santorum obviously is doing everything he can to stop romney from getting there. the former pennsylvania senator asked on cbs about chances the race will end up at a brokered convention and here's what he said about it. >> i think obviously they're increasing with congressman gingrich staying in the race and congressman paul staying in the race. we see in these caucuses that each of them and even some of the primaries, they pull delegates. our delegate calculation has governor romney far below 50%. we think that there's a lot of primaries coming up, including pennsylvania, my home state, where we can make some very big delegates. texas is going to be another great state for us. >> for every candidate, there's a lot of self interest to spin. does he have a point? john and bill burton joins us tonight. good to see all of you. let me sta
. >>> it's now 5:02. the biggest prize of super tuesday goes to mitt romney. this morning nbc declared romney the winner in the ohio primary. it was hardly a landslide. he beat rick santorum by about 12,000 votes. romney won six of the ten states in play yesterday. santorum won three. both candidates, though, celebrated what they call big nights for their campaigns. >> to the millions of americans who look around and can only see jobs they can't get and bills that they can't pay, i have a message. you have not failed. you is a president that's failed you, and that's going to change. [ cheers ] >> we've won races all over this country against the odds, when they thought, okay, he's finally finished. we keep coming back. >> romney won about half of the 419 delegates up for grabs yesterday. he won at least 204 delegates, and that's more than his three competitors combined. rick santorum won at least 77 delegates. newt gingrich won at least 69, and ron paul won at least 16. >>> in battleground virginia, a fairly light turnout this super tuesday. we have a breakdown of the vote in our area.
the support of all presidential candidates, formally ait'sed to by governor romney and he sees the logic in it and we passed this off the floor of the house of representatives. i believe that governor romney would be supportive of such an initiative. if you go on down theline in the platform that are universal among the presidential candidates, you would see the desire to repeal dodd-frank. dodd-frank that is set up such that the government would decide which lending institutions were too big to be allowed to fail. and once declared too big to fail, the three entities in the federal government would decide whether they are going bankrupt and if they went into receivership and which entity would receive them. it is horrible for the federal government to decide winners and losers written by the very people that contributed to the financial problem that we had, chris dodd and barney frank. i'm full for 100% repeal of dodd-frank and if there are redeeming qualities, let's put them back into the law. dodd-frank needs to be repealed and need to pass the repeal of dodd-frank. michelle baum man
's gut check time. who wants it the most? what do you say? >> the most-coveted prize is ohio. mitt romney used his organizational advantage to close the gap with rick santorum. the race here is a dead heat. ram knee is on a bit of a roll with a five-state winning streak. today could be the turning point in this race. momentum takes a back seat to math. going forward it's all about delegates. romney built a comfortable lead. it's impossible to catch up but just to tell them that. >> we'll win it. >> santorum vowed to stay in as a true conservative alternative to romney. >> they know his values aren't the values of the people of the republican party. >> the new poll shows that conservatives might be coming around to romney. 67% say they now have a favorable view of him, up from just 10 days ago. but the longer romney is in a fierce nomination battle the more banged up he gets for the general election. that same poll found among all voters only 35% see romney favorably. >> we have to get on through this process and begin to rebuild. this is probably one of the worst positions winning the nom
. >> and roll. >> imagine had mitt romney been around at the time we were drafting our constitution. he would have just shaken it up after it was approved to rewrite it. >> didn't have the decency to wait until they get the nomination to explain how they'll sell us out. >>> if we're dumb enough to nominate him, we should expect that he'll move back to the left. >> this is the first of my etch a sketch tour of america. >> a whole lot of shaking going on. but how will it all shake out? ♪ great beautiful fire >> it's the toy that became a stage prop, a website, a hash tag and the hottest item on the campaign trail. the etch a sketch that seem to have shaken the foundation of the romney campaign and it ain't going away any time soon. in fact the ever it soared today, more than 200% as the stoi story stays in the headlines. ohio art is even accepting out etch a sketch packages for the candidates as they are trying to make it all go away. >> organizationally, a general election campaign takes on a different profile. the issues i'm running on will be exactly the same. i'm running as a conservative
police. >> we turn to the 2012 campaign. mitt romney riding high after winning six states on super tuesday but he has a lot of work to do before wrapping up the nomination. mitt romney was about -- mitt romney has about twice as many delegates, but he did not deliver a knockout blow as neither candidate plans to throw in natal just yet. >> we are staying in this race because i believe that it will be impossible for a moderate to win the general election. >> they have the machine and they have the insiders and the big money and we have the people. i like my chances. >> political analyst said the math makes it impossible for either gingrey or santorum to win, but they could slow romney down by winning upcoming contests. >> on the hill, the senate goes on a bill to overhaul highway and transit programs. senate leaders reached a deal last night. debate begins today. congress has until the end of the month to pass the bill or the government will lose its authority to dispense highway 8 and collect gasoline taxes. gas prices has dropped three days in a row now after weeks of gains. the a
5 on time traffic. >>> it is the morning after super tuesday of course, and mitt romney has reason to celebrate he won six of the sen states up for grabs. most of romney's victories were strong but just squeaked out a win over santorum in all important ohio. romney got 38% to santorum's 37%. it is another sign the republican race is not yet a done deal jennifer davis has our top story. >>> mitt romney was the night's biggest winner this republican race for the white house is far from over. it was in fact a super tuesday for mitt romney he won 6 out of 10 contests virginia, vermont, idaho, alaska his home state of massachusetts and pulled out a nail biter of a win in ohio. >> november 6th we are going to stand united not only having won an election, but having saved a future. >> he is not there yet romney did solidify his lead in the romney race. santorum had a strong night winning tennessee, oklahoma, and north dakota. >>> we are going to get at least a couple gold medals and a whole bunch of silver medals. >>> newt gingrich won his home state of georgia. he said it is a start of a
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